Loki has a lot of energy so he needs to have room to run. If you have a pool he loves to swim. He needs alot of training he will sit, shake your hand, and lay down but not for long. He does not come when to you when you call him. He will stay just out of reach and then take off running when you try to get him. You have to be tricky to catch him. He needs somebody strong enough to handle him and alot of patience. He is extremely strong and cam take off like a shot when you take him on the leash when his attention is diverted to run to someone or an animal that he wants to chase. He went to obediance school and we consider that a failure. With the right person we feel he would be a good dog. Due to the work schedule of myself and parents we feel he needs someone who can teach this two year old some new tricks. He is up to date with his vaccinations and one more preventive heartworm medicine to take this month and he will be needing his next vet visit in Jan. Loki does not have a chip. We really want to find him a good home with someone who understands the personality of Huskys. Thanks!